Ends, Means, and the Politics of Dissent

Steger, Manfred B.
October 2002
Dissent (00123846);Fall2002, Vol. 49 Issue 4, p73
Replies to Jeffrey C. Isaac's arguments against the U.S. war on terrorism, previously published in the spring 2002 issue of 'Dissent.' Isaac's use of the position of the American left to advance his arguments; Stance of the pacifist left; Relationship between means and end in the war on terrorism.


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